Atlantic Concrete Designs Races to Raise Funds for Wounded Warriors Project
Owner Shaun M. Snow and employees recently teamed up to help raise $1,470 for Wounded Warriors Project by tackling City Challenge Race obstacle course in Jersey City, Atlantic Concrete Designs reports
NEW YORK – April 28, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —
Employees and the owner of Atlantic Concrete Designs, a leading epoxy flooring contractor in NYC, combined to help raise $1,470 for the nonprofit Wounded Warriors Project in the recent City Challenge Race in Jersey City, New Jersey. Atlantic Concrete Designs owner Shaun M. Snow donned bib number 104 as one of about 1,000 participants in the April 20 race around the urban obstacle course, finishing with a time of just under 59 minutes.
Thanks to support from sponsors, the Atlantic Concrete Designs squad was able to raise much needed funds for the Wounded Warriors Project. Dedicated to helping wounded veterans of the armed forces heal and transition back to rewarding civilian life, the Wounded Warriors Project was selected as the official charity of choice for the 2019 City Challenge Race in Jersey City.
“We’re proud to report that we helped raised nearly $1,500 for the Wounded Warriors Project through our participation in the City Challenge Race,” said Snow. “We here at Atlantic Concrete Designs believe deeply in giving back however we can, and the City Challenge Race proved to be an especially exciting and rewarding way to do so. I’d like to thank my team members, every one of whom gave it their all with regard to drumming up support and on the obstacle course, as well. I’m privileged to have such a fine group of people working for me at Atlantic Concrete Designs and look forward to our next event together.”
Now seen as the first major event of its kind, the inaugural Tough Mudder obstacle course race was held in 2010 at Pennsylvania’s Bear Creek Ski Resort. Created to bring the same obstacle-focused take on competitive racing to urban environments, the City Challenge Series now includes annual events for adults and youth in five different Northeastern cities.
For this year’s City Challenge Race in Jersey City, as in 2015, the event’s organizers named the Wounded Warrior Project the official charity of choice. The owner and a number of team members at Atlantic Concrete Designs, a top CONCRETE FLOORING CONTACTOR, participated in the April 20 race and helped raise $1,470 for the nonprofit. More information is available at the Atlantic Concrete Designs websites, where visitors can learn about the company’s full range of commercial and industrial epoxy flooring options and related services.
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